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Sahatjian, J . Orgunomel. , 25, C67 (1970). Zo2 B. T. Golding, H. L. Holland, U. Horn, and S. Salrrikar, Angew. Chem. Int. , 9, 959 (1970). 195 Carbonium Ions 37 PY (155) R =CH~CHBOCOCH~ R =CH&H(OCOCH3)CH3 Strongly basic amines react with tricarbonyl(syn,sylz-l,5-dimethylpentadieny1)iron carbonium ion to give the tricarbonyl(cis,trans-dieny1amine)ironcomplexes by exoattack of nucleophile on the coordinated pentadienyl group. 206 Neighbouring-group participation and ring expansion have been observed on formation of the tricarbonyl-(l-methylcyclohexadieny1)ironcarbonium ion (159) on heterolysis of tricarbonyl-[5-endo-methyl-5-ezo-( tosyloxymethyl)cyclopentadiene]iron ( 158) in (CH3CO)zO/aq.
Derendyaev, V. I. Mamatyuk, and V. A. Koptyug, J . Org. Chem. U S S R ,6,2074 (1970). 116 R. K. Lustgarten, M. Brookhart, and S. Winstein, Tetrahedron Letters, 1971, 141. 1]oct-6-en8-yl toluene-p-sulphonate in acetic acid and ethanol-water mixtures. Product of retained configuration was obtained and the rate of solvolysis was ca. 105 times faster than for the saturated analogue. 121 The rate 3f solvolysis was 3 x l o 4 times faster than for the saturated analogue, and the product acetate had completely retained configuration.